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Being allocated a room on the 2nd floor looked as if it might be a problem with an old dog but there was a charming antique lift in the hotel which solved that problem.
Our room was compact but spotlessly clean and had just about...More
I recently reviewed this hotel after a disastrous experience staying here, but I was contacted by New management asking me to take down my review as it was going through a revamp to get the hotel back to the way it should be and that...More
Myself and partner visited for a getaway on arriving at the hotel we were greeted by Emma who was very pleasant. The room was big but tired and quite dusty on a plus the bed was very comfortable and view was spectacular, looking forward to...More
We did not stay in the hotel as we were on self catering in Balfron but we ate here twice. The young charming lad who runs the restaurant (I believe his name is Scot) was very helpful and friendly so we went back. The food...More
We got a great deal for bed and breakfast. The room was clean and comfortable and the evening meal and the breakfast we had were very good. The staff were very good and the village is very nice and quiet. Will return.
US$121 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My husband and i are planning a two night stay here in October with our small yorkie puppy and just wondered if the dogs are welcomed into the bar or have to be left in the rooms? My husband and i are very sociable and would like to have a few drinks in the bar but not sure how comfortable i would feel leaving the puppy on her own in a strange place.
3 September 2015|
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Response from GlasgowCross | Reviewed this property |
From what I saw, dogs were welcome in the bar- I'd call them just to check though.. Also, it's the only bar in the village, so I have no idea what other bar the previous answer above refers to.